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    29.11.2015 22:52 - in: S

    Under 17s take derby spoils

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    Felice Tufano’s young guns defeat Torino 3-2 on Sunday afternoon to move level on points with their local rivals at the top of the table; Juve’s Under 15s draw 1-1 at Sampdoria

    The day after the Primavera’s victory in Novara, Juventus’ Under 17s made sure of a fine weekend for the J-Academy by claiming the spoils in this afternoon’s derby against Torino at Grugliasco.

    Felice Tufano’s young guns were always in control of proceedings and never gave up their lead to seal a crucial win that sees the Bianconeri join their local rivals on 27 points at the top of the table.

    At the centre of this latest success was Bioty Moise Kean, the striker scoring his 10th and 11th goals of the season, while also weighing in with an assist.

    The talented 15-year-old put the visitors in front on the half-hour mark and he would complete his brace ten minutes after the restart to give Juve a commanding lead.

    Torino pulled one back through Alessandro Iacuaniello seven minutes later, but his team would find themselves with a mountain to climb once again when great build-up play down the left by Kean set up Gabriele Galtarossa for the visitors’ third goal.

    The hosts managed to reduce the deficit again when Vincenzo Millico converted from the penalty spot after 79 minutes, but the Bianconeri held firm to secure maximum points.

    The Under 15s, meanwhile, registered a credible draw from their trip to a high-flying Sampdoria side. After falling behind in the first half, Nicolò Fagioli drew the visitors level midway through the second period as Davide Cei’s young guns moved up to 18 points in the table.

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